408RE: [NTS] Changing CR & LF
- Jun 1, 2008The answer to your first question is yes, definitely. Each line terminator type has its own symbol. \R includes all of
them. It's all documented in the help system.
I'm reminded that I've loaded Unicode files without realizing it in the past. When I realized that, I would copy the
contents, then paste into a new document, and save. The new file is about 50% the size of the original.
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Subject: Re: [NTS] Changing CR & LF
>Regex in 4.x just isn't up to snuff. Go get 5.x version of notetab.Can Notetab really distinguish between different line endings in an
open doc, even with regex? If so, what are those mysterious extra
bytes in the file size on the status bar when you save as Unix or Mac?
Come to think of it, the easiest way to convert all line endings to
CR/LF must be to resave the document as DOS/Windows, either manually
or let the clip temporarily change the ini value. If you have the
Save As Format set to something else than Windows to start with, that
is. If you use Windows just resave.
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